2 Experience In a career where performance matters, getting the best training will often enhance opportunities for employment. Bond Training Services has been operating as a Flight Training Organisation since 2005, and is now fully approved by EASA as an ATO, delivering a high range of high quality pilot and specialist courses to individuals and companies worldwide. Bond offer the complete training package with a proven track record and pass rate in excess of 98% for all courses. An investment of 1.6m has produced a dedicated state-of-the-art training facility, which includes the provision of the high tech EC135 Simulator (Level III FTD) together with a first-class supportive training environment. Your training is one of the largest investments you ll ever make. Bond are committed to giving you the best possible return.
3 EC135 Type Conversion Course (Single Pilot) A two-week course incorporating ground school and flight training enabling the student to gain an EC135 Type Rating in accordance with Part-FCL Appendix 9. Entry Requirements Flying experience in accordance with Part-FCL 720 H, single pilot conditions. Ground School Four working days to prepare the student for flight training. Flight Training A state-of-the-art EC135 glass cockpit full-motion FTD, progressively covering all aspects of the knowledge and skills required to pass the Type Rating skills test in accordance with Part-FCL Appendix 9. For a first twin on licence six hours in the EC135 T2 FTD and four hours aircraft plus one hour for test. Otherwise, three hours in the FTD and two hours in the aircraft plus one hour for test. CPL Test Bond Air Services now have approval to undertake CPL(H) Skill Tests in the EC135. This capability is particularly useful for military pilots who are leaving the Services without flying experience on an EASA certificated type with which to open their licence. The test can be undertaken coincident with the Type Rating Skill Test at the end of the EC135 course. Although we do not offer the basic training required by the CPL(H) course itself, we can offer a dress-rehearsal in the FTD prior to the test if required.
4 Single Pilot Instrument Rating Course A seven week course conducted on state-of-the-art EC135 Glass Cockpit full motion FTD and EC135 helicopter in accordance with Appendix 6 to EASA Part FCL. Prerequisites EC135 type rating, or completed approved training. Phase one 40 hours in EC135 FTD, progressively covering all aspects of the knowledge and skills required to pass the IRT. Phase two 10 hours of consolidation in EC135 helicopter leading to the IRT with a CAA-approved examiner. If an EC135 type rating is not currently held, our two week type rating conversion course is available, extending the IR course to nine weeks. The abridged course is also available for Qualified Military Pilots and ICAO IR conversions, undertaking a minimum of 10 hours in the EC135 FTD and 5 hours in the EC135 helicopter. Fixed-Wing to Rotary-Wing and Single-Engine to Multi-Engine Instrument Rating conversions are also offered. GNSS Course The CAA require pilots to undergo this training if they wish to fly GNSS approaches IFR. Bond Air Services can now offer an approved course of instruction on the understanding and execution of GNSS approaches. The course consists of 2 hours of ground instruction, followed by a flight in the BAS EC 135 FTD, during which up to four approaches will be flown.
5 Multi-Pilot Type/Instrument Rating with Integrated MCC This course offers prospective students the opportunity to commence type training without the 70 hours P1 required under EASA. Potential employers should see this qualification as an interview tiebreaker as they will save time and money not having to do the MCC themselves. Subsequent multi-engine type Technical ground school plus five hours FTD, plus two hours aircraft, followed by MCC ground school, plus seven hours FTD VFR MCC (3.5 hours per student). This integrated course will take three weeks. First multi-engine type Technical ground school plus eight hours FTD, plus four hours aircraft, followed by MCC ground school, plus seven hours FTD VFR MCC (3.5 hours per student). The Multi-Pilot IR course is also available. It requires two students and follows the same programme as the Single- Pilot IR, with a further three hours in the FTD (1.5 hours per pilot) IFR MCC added upon successful completion of the IRT.
6 Type Rating Instructor Course An eight day course conducted in a state-of-the-art EC135 Glass Cockpit full-motion FTD and an EC135 helicopter, in accordance with Part-FCL 930 TRI. Three working days covering the Part 1 Teaching & Learning Module. Entry Requirements Valid EC135 Type Rating. Five working days to prepare a candidate for the TRI Skill Test. Flying experience in accordance with Part-FCL 915 TRI(a) and (d). The course covers Part-FCL 930 TRI(a) (1) and (2), which is made up of Theoretical Knowledge Instruction and five hours of flight training, of which three hours are conducted in the FTD.
7 TRI Add-Type Course Designed for existing TRIs to extend the privileges of their rating to include the EC135 as an additional type. Four working days to prepare a candidate for the EC135 TRI Skill Test. The course covers elements of the Part 2 Type Technical Module which is made up of Theoretical Knowledge Instruction and and two hours of flight training plus test. Entry Requirements Valid EC135 Type Rating. Valid TRI(H) rating.
8 TRE Standardisation Course This course is available for EC135-qualified TRIs and IRIs to upgrade to TRE status. The course is approved in accordance with AMC I FCL.1015, and is divided into 2 modules, VFR and IFR. Each module takes 1 week, and consists of appropriate TKI, plus 3 hours FTD for VFR and 5 hours FTD for IFR.
9 TRE Seminar Part-FCL requires all examiners to attend a seminar during the final year of their three-yearly approval. Bond Air Services now offer such a seminar for TREs qualified on single-pilot multi-engine helicopters. This seminar is approved by the UK CAA in accordance with EASA AMC1 FCL.1015, for TREs currently authorised to conduct Licence Skill Tests, Licence Proficiency Checks and Instrument Rating Revalidations and Renewals on single-pilot, multi-engine helicopters. Full day seminar includes (amongst other topics): Administrative procedures Basic examining techniques Part-FCL; Part-NCO; Part-CAT; National Requirements Update Flight Test Documentation Test schedules Briefing and debriefing techniques
10 Instrument Rating Instructor Course A two week course conducted in a state-of-the-art EC135 Glass Cockpit full-motion FTD, in accordance with Part-FCL IRI. An additional 3 days for Part 1 Teaching & Learning module if required. Entry Requirements Valid EC135 Type Rating with IR flying experience in accordance with Part-FCL 915 IRI. Ten working days to prepare a candidate for the IRI Skill Test. The course covers Part-FCL 930 IRI Parts 2 and 3, and integrates Theoretical Knowledge Instruction with 10 hours of IR flight training exercises in the FTD.
11 Stand Alone Multi-Crew Cooperation Course To provide formal training for pilots already flying multi-crew types but who have never received any recognised MCC instruction. The course provides training for a certificate in Multi-Crew Cooperation in accordance with Part-FCL 735.H. Entry Requirements A current professional pilot s licence. Where the course includes IFR procedures, a current Instrument Rating should normally be held. Course Structure The course is made up of 25 hours of Theoretical Knowledge Instruction, exercise briefing and flight exercises in an FTD which represents an EC135 T2 helicopter equipped with dual controls, full dual flight instruments and radio-navigation equipment suitable for IFR flight. Trainees who have no experience of the EC135 will undergo a TKI course prior to the FTD exercises to familiarise them with EC135 systems and instrument indications. The course is termed TKI Technical. Practical training of 20 hours (15 hours if VFR only) will be undertaken in the flight simulator (FNPT Level III). A reduced MCC course is available as part of a Multi-Pilot Type Rating course.
12 ATPL(H) An ATPL(H) is required for command of multi-pilot helicopters engaged on Commercial Air Transport operations, e.g. on the North Sea. To qualify, a pilot must have completed 1,000 flight hours on helicopters, including 350 hours MP, 250 hours P1 (PIC under supervision counts towards this), 200 hours XC, 30 hours IF, 100 hours night, ATPL exams, and hold an MCC certificate or MCC exemption given from the CAA based on military experience. Bond Air Services have recently been granted approval for Multi Pilot training on the EC 135. For EC135-rated pilots currently qualified Single Pilot, but with appropriate Multi Pilot experience (see above), the ATPL(H) training consists of two hours training plus test, all in the aircraft. Bond Air Services use in-house examiners for the ATPL skill test. Ground school is included in the course cost and given as required.
13 HEMS Dispatcher A two day course specifically designed to provide the essential understanding of the deployment of an integrated Air Ambulance on both HEMS and Helicopter Air Ambulance flights as described in EASA Air Operations, Part SPA, Subpart J, Helicopter Emergency Helicopter Service Operations. Entry Requirements A designated Ambulance Control Officer or Operator with specific responsibility for HEMS and Air Ambulance deployment. Flight Training Includes one familiarisation flight to underpin flight times, ground coverage, site selection and basic navigation appreciation. This course is directed by a qualified HEMS Crewmember Instructor and is supported by a specifically prepared course manual. Ground School Covering the theoretical input on the following key area: mission definitions, aircraft performance and limitations, medical configuration, HEMS crewmember capabilities, basic OS map reading, communications, emergency service liaison and deployment strategies.
14 HEMS Crewmember A two week course conducted on either the BO105 Series or the Eurocopter EC135 helicopter in Air Ambulance configuration. The course covers all areas as required in EASA Air Operations, Part SPA, SPA.HEMS.130 Crew requirements. Entry requirements The minimum requirement is that the student is a qualified doctor, state registered paramedic, ambulance technician or state registered nurse with written support from an existing Helicopter Air Ambulance Operating Service. Physically capable of meeting the demands of the operation, ie. passed an initial medical examination or National Ambulance fitness test. Ground School Theoretical input on air law, Air Navigation Order (where applicable), mission definitions and emergency checklists. Detailed training on the aspects of meteorology, navigation, principles of flight, aero-medicine and crew resource management. Ground Handling This includes the practical input and simulated exercises on: stretcher loading and unloading with rotors started /stopped, cabin reconfiguration, marshalling, fire fighting, emergency safety equipment checks. Flight Training There are three designated flights (1hr 15 mins in total) covering the initial familiarisation flight (FAM1), navigation exercise (FAM2) and summative line check (FAM3). The course is directed by a HEMS qualified Training Captain and/or a HEMS Crewmember Instructor.
15 Medical Passenger Course A two day course designed to provide an appreciation of the role and responsibilities of a Medical Passenger, as defined in EASA Air Operations, Part SPA, SPA. HEMS.135 HEMS Medical passenger and other personnel briefing. This course can be specific to either the Eurocopter BO105 Series or Eurocopter EC135. This course covers the knowledge and skills required to operate as a Medical Passenger in a dedicated Helicopter Air Ambulance. Specifically, the course covers an aircraft familiarisation brief, medical equipment, stretcher loading and unloading, mission definitions, flight physiology and crew resource management principles. Entry Requirements The minimum requirement is for the student to be either a qualified doctor, state registered paramedic, ambulance technician or state registered nurse with written support from an existing Helicopter Air Ambulance Operating Service. Flight Training This includes one familiarisation flight (20 mins) covering start-up, harness and seating configuration, communications, use of medical equipment in flight and loading and unloading procedures. This course is directed by a qualified HEMS Crewmember Instructor and/or Training Captain.
16 Helicopter Ground Handling Course A two day course specifically designed to develop the knowledge and skills of those who are responsible for working with helicopters on load-lifting and cargo handling operations. This course is specifically ideal for Lighthouse Support Operations and Lighthouse Support Vessel staff. Pre-Entry Requirements Those staff members or contractors with a specific role or responsibility for preparation and handling of underslung and cargo loads for transport by helicopter. Ground School This course covers the theoretical background knowledge required to operate safely and effectively in this specialised task. Specifically, it covers roles and responsibilities of the Helicopter Ground Crew, aircraft performance & limitations, helideck operations, load preparation, landing site preparation, refuelling, basic fire fighting and passenger safety briefing. Ground Handling To demonstrate competence and to perform marshalling skills, preparation of loads, hook-up procedures and passenger safety briefing. This certificated course will be directed by a qualified Training Captain or designated Ground Handling Instructor.
17 Crew Resource Management (Foundation and Recurrent*) This two-day initial CRM training course is designed to cover the full syllabus as required by EASA Air Operations, Part ORO, ORO.CC.115 Conduct of Training courses and associated checking. Pre-Entry Requirements The student should be Flight Crew or crewmembers who are assigned to duties in the helicopter. The syllabus covers the core elements of: Human error and reliability, error chains, prevention and detection Company safety: SOPs and organisational factors Stress, stress management, fatigue and vigilance Information acquisition and processing, situational awareness Decision making Threat and Error Management Communications and coordination inside and outside of the cockpit Leadership and team behaviour Automation philosophy as required Specific type-related differences as required Case based studies *Recurrent Training This half day course is based upon the above programme with all of the above items being covered within a three-year period.
18 HHO Crewmember A one week course conducted on the EC135 series helicopter. The aim of this course is to introduce the candidate to Helicopter Hoist Operations (HHO) and provide a sound foundation before undertaking more advanced operator specific training. The course covers all areas as required in EASA Air Operations, Part SPA, SPA.HHO.130(f). Ground School Theoretical input covering duties in the HHO role, use of the hoist, normal and emergency procedures. Detailed training in HHO passenger handling, techniques for guiding pilots during HHO and awareness training in the dangers of static electricity discharge. Flight Training There are five designated flights: Pre-Entry Requirements Possession of an EASA Class 2 Aircrew Medical examination and a recognised fire fighting course certificate. Physically capable of meeting the demands of hoisting operations. Flight One Aircraft Manoeuvring Flight Two Hoisting circuits Flight Three Hoist and Aircraft Malfunctions Flight Four Consolidation Flight Flight Five Final Handling Test Total flying time on course is six hours. The course is directed by a qualified HHO Crewmember Instructor.
19 HHO Passenger A course designed to qualify individuals in industry specific hoist training. Bond provide training courses to both Offshore Wind Farm Technicians (two day course) and Marine Pilots (one day course). Pre-Entry Requirements Physically capable of meeting the demands of hoisting operations. Ground School Theoretical input on aircraft performance, safety equipment and hoisting procedures. Detailed training in emergency procedures and awareness of static electricity discharge. Flight Training There are three designated flights: Flight One Single Lifts Flight Two Hoist Malfunction Procedures Flight Three Operation specific HHO Total flying time on course is three hours. The course is directed by a qualified HHO Crewmember Instructor.
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